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  1. #11
    I agree here. Keep all three. You have now completed a workable quiver. And if anyone else needs a board including wife you have that other board to use and they'll be stoked their using your board! .
    Quote Originally Posted by ND081 View Post
    funboards get a bad rap because beginners ride them, but even if you're an experienced surfer, like the name says, they're fun. easy paddling, a lot easier to turn than a longboard, and great for just about any condition. i've got one for those days where i just want to cruise, or if its been flat a while and i'm sick of the log.

    see if you can keep all three, tell your wife that the smallest complete quiver a surfer can own consists of 3 boards

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaptman View Post
    I say stash one at a friends house. Sometimes what they don't know won't hurt.
    "bump, bump, bump. That's the sounds of d'15's hittin' in mytrunk."
    ~ daddy X

    If you ain't hurting for the cheddar, stash it.

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlrouen View Post
    I'm bumping this because of factuality.

    Rob - Congrats on making the Salt Life team. Are you still riding for Oakley? Can you hook me up with some shades?
    Thanks bro, Salt Life is sending me so many stickers I can put them on my truck, boards, tackle box, grandma, cat, everything. I'll hook you up with the sickest pair of Oakleys, the "CB tourist" is perfect to wear while you surf. Guaranteed to stay on in the water.

  4. #14
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    Hide it in the garage or tell her you can't sell it for what it's worth. I've done that a few times; works every time

  5. #15
    Mrs. Earl of Funk is always yapping about the lack of money and maybe I should sell off some of my quiver. Then, I just give her a good pipe laying and all that talk ends. You can do that, or tell her if you have to get rid of something then so does she!

  6. #16
    Keep the Quadfish. I have one and love it. It took a little while to get used to it, but now I can catch waves with it just as easy as my fun shape. And its rideable on some bigger swell. Use the log most of the summer, and ride the fish when we actually get a decent bump..

    Or tell your wife, if you have to get rid of your board, its only fair that she get rid of something of hers (pair of shoes, etc). Bet she will reconsider real quick. Its not like the board is costing you $ to keep around.

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    am i the only one who thinks the wife is the one that should go?? or maybe i just got really lucky & am marrying a woman who understands my habit & how surfing works...

    that said, if you're gonna get rid of one, get rid of the nolte.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Earl of Funk/Duke of Cool View Post
    Mrs. Earl of Funk is always yapping about the lack of money and maybe I should sell off some of my quiver. Then, I just give her a good pipe laying and all that talk ends. You can do that, or tell her if you have to get rid of something then so does she!
    +1 Nothing works better than a good pipe laying.

  9. #19
    keep the funboard because funboards are so sick. send me the firewire and write it off as a tax donation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl of Funk/Duke of Cool View Post
    Mrs. Earl of Funk is always yapping about the lack of money and maybe I should sell off some of my quiver. Then, I just give her a good pipe laying and all that talk ends. You can do that, or tell her if you have to get rid of something then so does she!
    Hilarious!


    My crystal ball says you're going to be riding the longboard more than anything else. Don't be afraid of it once the surf starts pumping, they can really come alive with heavier surf. I'd get rid of the SB (but stashing it seems like the best option) so that you can still loan out the FB if your wife wants to come or any friends want to try surfing.